Juventus are considering loaning out highly rated youngster Moise Kean in January, Goal understands.
Kean, a product of the Bianconeri’s youth system, is being tipped to embark on a successful career in the future.
The 18-year-old made his debut for the Italy senior side against the United States on Tuesday, coming off the bench for his country.
However, Kean has struggled to earn regular minutes for Juventus so far this season, making just one substitute appearance against Young Boys in the Champions League.
And Juve are planning to discuss sending Kean out on loan in the winter market with his representative Mino Raiola, Goal has learned.
The Serie A kings believe it is essential that Kean starts to get more first-team football under his belt if he is to fulfil his lofty potential.
He became the first player born in the 2000s to score in one of Europe’s major leagues after netting in Juventus’ 2-1 victory over Bologna in May 2017.
Ligue 1 side OGC Nice and La Liga outfit Leganes have shown interest in Kean’s services in the past and could move for him if he is made available by Juve.
Kean is no stranger to a spell out on loan with the Vercelli-born prodigy having spent the 2017/18 campaign with Hellas Verona, scoring four goals in 20 appearances.
Juve are also planning to discuss a contract extension for Kean with his current deal due to expire in 2020.